Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to have my own firearm to complete the courses?

Yes, similar to how every manual car drives a little differently, every firearm shoots a little differently, and we want you to train with the firearm that you will use moving forward. If you would like recommendations on firearms to purchase, we would be happy to talk through your goals and point you in the right durection. You can reach out to us HERE.

How large are the groups I will train in?

Course sizes can vary, but range from 5-10. We do not offer 1-1 training at this time. We will always have at least 2 instructors present for every course.

What if I need to reschedule after registering for a course?

Not a problem. Our team is happy to reschedule you into our next class with at least a 48 hour notice.

Do I need to bring my own ammunition?

Yes. We do have ammunition available for purchcase at our courses, but we recommend purchasinig your own in bulk in order to get the best price.

It seems like other training companies cover more topics in less time, why is each course 6 hours?

Instead of providing you with a snapsot overview of everything you can know about your firearm in a day, we take the time to help you apply every aspect of what you learn and begin developing muscle memory as you gain each new skillset. Our philosophy is to "Educate, Train, Perform", and while we could just educate you on a variety of topics quickly, without taking the time to train on what you learn as you are exposed to new concepts, we beleive your performance will be hindered.

Do I have to complete the courses chronologically?

No, but we built the structure intentionally and recommend starting at the beginning, even if you have some experience shooting. Once you register for a course, our team will reach out to schedule the best time and ensure you are in the best course for your goals.

What do I get at the end of a course to show my certification?

If you complete all the courses on one topic (i.e. all 5 handgun courses, or all 4 rifle courses), you will receive an Executive Firearms course patch, certificate, and t-shirt (some of which can be seen HERE).

Don't see your question?

 A few months back I had the chance to met up with Mr. McLaren and do some shooting/instruction. When I first met him, he was polite and easy going. Once the instruction/shooting started he was very professional. He broke down the do's and don'ts, as well as demonstrated techniques. But the biggest and most helpful tip was something he said that I haven't heard before regarding effective transitioning from iron sights to a pistol mount optic (red dot). I would gladly take another one of his classes

- Drew Ramsey

Executive Firearms Client

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